A few weeks back I wrote another app to collect information, knowledge, ideas etc. Have a look here:
From the Help doc:
"The app http://petrykowski.net/editor/ is about having an editor for multiple textual lists visible on a single screen.
The idea is that paper has "geography", while most computer text/todo editors do not. They offer a single flow of text, from top to bottom. I use paper a lot, and I think one of its great features is that human (spatial?) memory makes it so easy to work with multiple pieces of information spread across many pages of text, or many different places on a single big sheet of text.
So here's first attempt to bring in geography to list/text/todo editor. This is a followup to my earlier work on a note taking app, http://mindquant.com/.
The multi-editor app is intended to "expand" our working memory (loosely speaking). I've been using it daily for the past few weeks.
I have about 10-15 editors in my screen, each with a distinct type of items:
- promises made
- shopping list
Data is saved in the browser, it's never sent to any server/backend (in fact you can copy the HTML, CSS and JS files and use it on your own computer if you like). The app probably won't work in Internet Explorer 8 and below (it uses HTML5 local storage mechanism), but should work fine with Chrome, Firefox, Safari.
If you use the app for something, I'd be delighted to learn how you use it.
If you have ideas or the will to improve it, let me know as well.